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I know Justyn has a prob with the name... But I said it on Wikipedia and I will SAY it again... There is no PROOF for Juraquille Mihawk, but there is for Dracule... Even if it is the 4Kids version.

When Oda supply us it, I will never ague about the name again. Show me proof, but until then, lets go with what we know not the populaur fan names? Bon CLAY anyone? I'm supporting it being what it is on Wikipedia, default Dracule FOR NOW until proven otherwise. One-Winged Hawk 22:19, 12 December 2006 (UTC)

Pretty sure "dracule" was just 4Kids version, which may not have been properly romanized, or changed to make him fit that vampire theme, which he kinda has but 4Kids probably did another stereotype. I'm not jsut saying it because I dislike them, they do give stereotypes, very annoying ones too. Cody2526 22:29, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
We haven't solved this issue on wikipedia... We can't really have it as this name until we prove it is the correct name. Thats what I'm saying, that until its proven we have a incorrect title name and can't say we are not using fan names either. I'm pretty much sure, 4Kids have it wrong also, but like I said... We can't argue otherwise until we get that Japanese version name. :/ One-Winged Hawk 22:49, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
Seriously... (Okay I apologise for even more spelling mistakes thenusual as the keyboard on the computer I am using isn't mine and its kinda iffy to use... O.o#). We shouldn't be using this as a default name until someone shows us what the Japanese Latin text is. One-Winged Hawk 22:30, 19 December 2006 (UTC)
By "Japanese Latin text", do you mean the romaji? If that's the case, Jurakyuuru Mihooku is how his whole name is romanized. --Murasaki 23:10, 19 December 2006 (UTC)
I'm using my father's computer... I missed two words out it didn't type... "is in". I seriously hate this keyboard... T_T 82.34.192.189 06:43, 20 December 2006 (UTC)

Okay if no one wants to take the time to prove me wrong, Its going back to Dracule Mihawk. Don't complain, bring me proof. I won't accept a complaint, I will accept proof though. One-Winged Hawk 19:19, 21 December 2006 (UTC)

What do you mean by proof? There's no proof for any of it, it sounds like it could be either one, I just have no clue what you're talking about. XD --Murasaki 22:32, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
We have the English dub for Dracule... Thats something. I just want to see the Latin spelling in the Japanese version in plain english text. I know I got it out wrong before, but that was due to my dad's computer leaving out some letters (my computer was in the shop, I have it back now). That what I'm talking about. Its simulair to Zoro/Zolo except we had both references to go by in that case as proof for either name. One-Winged Hawk 22:36, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
Oh, okay. There's nothing either way, since nobody actually calls him by his full name, including Oda-sensei. XD XD The only time it's even used is when he tells Zoro his name. Either one works perfectly fine with the kana, though... "Juraquille" sounds more accurate if you pronounce it slowly, but "Dracule" sounds more accurate if you say it at the correct speed... I really don't mind either way, I always just call him Mihawk. XD --Murasaki 04:06, 22 December 2006 (UTC)
I do the same... It save you being attacked on the fanforums for using the wrong name (either name it seems). One-Winged Hawk 06:59, 22 December 2006 (UTC)

Ubig from APforums supports "Dracule" and I agree with him. I mean this guy looks like a Vampire, man. His dress are vampirish, he has a cross nacklance, his sword hilt looks like a cross, his face is cold and looks like a vampire, he rides in a coffin-shaped raft with two green candles, he disappers too fast. The name "Dracule" fits him and "Juraquille" is just a fandom name.

(Joekido 23:12, 21 December 2006 (UTC))


Attacks

  • Black ship slice Mihawk swings his sword to make the purple wave. This attack is used to slice ships.
  • Pitiful Mihawk slashes the opponet close up with his sword. He used this to finish off zolo.
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